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Tim Holtz, a freshman at Huntington College has qualified for the NAIA National Track and Field Championships.
Huntington College and First National Bank of Huntington will present the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Spring Pops concert on Friday, May 17.
The Huntington College Department of Music will present its Spring Formal Recital on Tuesday, April 30, 1996.
A local couple and an internationally known recording artist will be awarded honorary degrees by Huntington College as the school celebrates its 1996 commencement exercises on May 18.
Fairfield High School standout Amy Bechtel has signed a letter of intent to play basketball and volleyball at Huntington College this fall.
The Huntington College Centennial Medallion is designed to honor individuals who have made a significant impact on the life of Huntington College.
Copies of "Huntington County Folklore and Memories, An Oral History of Huntington County" - a book containing interviews collected during the January Term course taught by Dr. Linda Urschel of the Huntington College English Department -- are now available.
Four Huntington College students attended the Festival of Faith and Writing at Calvin College April 11-13.
Fourteen Huntington College students will take part in the 15th Annual Mid-America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference.
Dr. Mark A. Lamport and Dr. Dave Rahn of the Link Institute for Faithful and Effective Youth Ministry at Huntington College recently published articles in the Spring 1996 edition of the Christian Education Journal. Lamport served as guest editor of the journal.
Since performing her first public recital at the age of six, Tamara Karetkina Orlovsky has received rave reviews, critical acclaim and standing ovations. On Thursday, April 11, she will return to the Merillat Centre for the Arts for an evening of classical piano music.

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